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Halvorsen: Cyber war is a culture war

The key to keeping an edge in a fast-changing, online world is working with industry to improve the pace of innovation, DOD’s CIO said.

US cyber officials worry 'milware' will target infrastructure

Philip Quade, special assistant for cyber within the NSA, addresses the top cyber threats from other nations.

DOD wants to stop playing 'whack-a-mole' on cyber

Cyber forces across all the services are lending a hand to defend DOD networks as part of a more proactive approach, officials say.

A NASA illustration of RestoreL

US looks to expand the range of satellite-fixing robots

DARPA, aiming high in GEO, and NASA, aiming lower in LEO, are preparing to launch robotic satellite repair spacecraft.

With US assistance, Afghanistan starts flying drones

The Afghan Army marked the inaugural launch of a ScanEagle UAS system to help provide better overhead ISR coverage.

DARPA project could double wireless capacity

A full-duplex process developed under the agency’s ACT program could cut the spectrum demands for wireless communications and radars in half.

Air Force looking for a small, portable counter-drone device

The service wants a way to defend against quadcopters and other commercial UAS that could be turned into flying IEDs.

Army speeds up its battlefield satcom

The Wideband Global Satellite, accessible via portable terminals, delivers a 12-fold increase in communications.

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